Slumbersac blog, advice for parents
- The clocks will go forward one hour at 1am on Sunday 29th March 2020 and with this change we will see an extra hour of light in the evenings. If you are worried about the clocks going forward affecting your baby’s bedtime routine, don’t worry. With these helpful tips, your child won’t even notice!Read more
- Stuck in Isolation? Keep your kids entertained with these top 10 fun activities that can be enjoyed from the comfort of your own home.Read more
- With cases of Coronavirus (Covid-19) increasing each day, it’s quite understandable to be worrying about the safety and health of your children. Here are some top tips, to keep your children safe during this difficult time...Read more
- Sleep deprivation is the worst. It’s 3am and your baby is crying and so are you because you are so tired and wondering if things will ever get back to normal. Life as a new parent is tough, so we are here to help with a few sleeping tips that could help get your sanity back.Read more
- Have a flippin' good Pancake Day with our easy recipe. Only three main ingredients required!Read more
- Before your baby is born choosing the items they might need is quite an overwhelming task. One of your essential items should be a baby sleeping bag, as these can help prevent the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).Read more
- Have a newborn, toddler or older child? You can still enjoy Valentine's Day as a family. Read our blog for how you can make this Valentine's Day just as special with a baby in tow!Read more
- NEW YEAR, NEW YOU! Forget the last 12 months of mistakes and start 2020 with a fresh set of doable objectives!Read more
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There’s nothing worse than having to change your baby’s nappy at 3 am to discover that you can’t find the wet wipes or their favourite comforter. Organisation is key, especially when you have a newborn. Have a look at our quick list of do’s and don’ts when it comes to your baby’s nursery, including organisational hacks, to make your life that little bit easier.
Do use drawer dividers. These are the best way to keep your baby’s tiny items of clothing neat and tidy. You can organise them by long sleeve, short sleeve or by night-time for example. It makes it easier for you and saves you precious time if your baby needs changing in the middle of the night.
Do keep a laundry basket and a bin next to your changing table. You don’t want to leave your baby unoccupied on the changing table, even if it’s only whilst you run to the bin or laundry basket on the other side of the room. Having them right next to the changing table ma
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On Sunday 27th October at 2am, the clocks will go back one hour. Read our top tips for getting your child ready for the change for a stress-free bedtime.